We’ve been fairly consistent in sharing our news on a regular basis over the years. Somehow, since the beginning of the year, we’ve been either too busy or shorthanded to get a newsletter out!
So, here it comes: our Q1 2017 update.
As some of you might have known, we’ve had a reduction in head count around here. Matt and Kevin have moved on and I wish them all the best in their new ventures. On top of that, Spring fever sparked a slew of vacations—Krista went to Ireland for a 2 week St. Patrick’s Day party, Travis went to Atlanta for a week, and I took off 10 days to adventure around Baja California (An awesome road trip that took us to Todos Los Santos, Loreto, La Paz via a compact rental car). Still, we’ve been as busy as ever working with clients new and old on a series of exciting projects. Never a dull moment, it seems.
Recently we’ve been over at Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett interviewing some amazing doctors for an upcoming initiative—stay tuned and we’ll share more about that when we can. We delivered and posted several software demos focusing on use-case scenarios for Intel and a variety of software vendors. Just this last week we were shooting VR software use-cases that should be published before the month is out; some really cool stuff around using VR for business that includes VR-Motion and Blausen Medical. Consequently, we’ve had a green screen set up in the studio for about a month now, testing and flushing out the process of mixed reality. Yeah, we pretty much take it up to 11 around here.
On the Road and On the Move Forward
Last quarter found us jetting to NYC, where we were shooting for a legal services client on Long Island. We’ll be wrapping that up this week with a final shoot in Seattle. We’re also working with a software company in Austin, TX that has created a data management storage solution for drone operators; Check them out. Additionally, we’ve taken on our first digital marketing client, whom we’ve been working with for over 6 months now. They’re keeping us very busy with marketing projects from brand guidelines, to VOC, to a new website with fresh landing pages. We’re also helping them launch an inbound marketing strategy built around Hubspot, of whom we are an agency partner (More on that later). Phelan and Amanda have been super busy building all of that while continuing to support Heritage Victor Valley Medical Group in Southern California’s inland empire.
This is the separation of Sierra Media and BakerBuilt Works I set into motion almost 3 years ago, beginning with vision I had for a sister agency that goes beyond the video production process. Video is still a favorite tool, of course, and having the connection to an established production company enables us to give the best marketing experiences seamlessly to our customers.